Nynikka Palmer, DrPH, MPH

Title(s)Associate Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address2540 23rd Street, #4707
San Francisco CA 94110
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    Wake Forest School of MedicinePostdoctoral Fellowship2013Cancer Survivorship
    University of Texas Health Science CenterDrPH2010School of Public Health
    Emory UniversityMPH2002Rollins School of Public Health
    Morgan State UniversityBS2000
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    National Institutes of Health – National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities2021  - 2023Health Disparities Research Loan Repayment Program Award.
    University of California San Francisco2018School of Medicine Inaugural Class of Dean’s Population Health and Healthy Equity (PHHE) Scholars
    National Institutes of Health – National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities2016  - 2017Health Disparities Research Loan Repayment Program
    University of California San Francisco2016  - 2017CTSI KL2 Scholar Award
    University of California San Francisco2016Helen Diller Family Chair in Community Education and Outreach for Urologic Cancer
    University of California San Francisco2015  - 2016Center for Aging in Diverse Communities Scholar Award
    University of California San Francisco2015Distinguished Honoree of the Black Student Health Alliance - 2nd Annual African Heritage Celebration
    National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities - National Institutes of Health2013  - 2015Health Disparities Research Loan Repayment Program

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    Dr. Palmer is an Associate Professor at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, with secondary appointments in the Departments of Urology and Radiation Oncology. She has a long history and commitment to health equity research. Her research focuses on unraveling the mechanisms of cancer disparities in high-quality cancer care and health outcomes among African Americans, with a depth of knowledge in cultural influence, patient-centered care and communication, and strategies that enhance delivery of high-quality cancer care. Community engagement is the foundation of her work and she strongly believes in the adage, “nothing about me without me,” as patients’ and communities’ perspectives are essential to advance research and optimize health care.

    Dr. Palmer currently has a National Cancer Institute-funded career development award to bridge the divide between low-income African American men and equal prostate cancer (PCa) treatment by anchoring the evidence-based intervention of peer navigation in the relational concept of African American brotherhood as a means to foster trust and empowerment, and optimize patient-centered communication and quality of care. She has led and collaborated on various research projects on PCa and patient-provider communication, including a scoping review to characterize the growing body of literature on postoperative patient-initiated communication after hospital discharge. She is co-leader of the Prostate Cancer Task Force of the San Francisco Cancer Initiative (SF CAN), which aims to eliminate PCa disparities among African American men through community and healthcare system engagement to advance education, ensure early detection and appropriate follow-up of aggressive disease, implement navigation and support services, and engage in multiple institutional partnerships that ensure high-quality care throughout the city and county of San Francisco. To promote PCa survivorship, empowerment and patient engagement, she established and oversees two support groups in the San Francisco Bay Area for African American men facing PCa – one that has been thriving since September 2014 and another that was launched January 2020. Several group participants also serve as advisors to her ongoing research program.

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    PACE Yourself: Optimizing Patient- Centered Communication for Prostate Cancer Care in the Safety-Net
    Mike Slive Foundation for Prostate Cancer Research's pilot grant program Jan 1, 2023 - Dec 31, 2023
    Role: PI
    Description: We propose the development of an electronic communication tool for providers and a patient resource, called PAtient-CEntered (PACE) Yourself, to help guide prostate cancer providers (urologists and radiation oncologists) to clearly communicate a prostate cancer diagnosis, prognosis, treatment options and side effects, and next steps with newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients in safety-net settings; and connect underserved patients with resources that can guide them along a journey to equitable healthcare and survivorship. We aim to (1) create an initial prototype of PACE Yourself developed in collaboration with a design team, and (2) pilot test and revise the prototype to build an electronic form within the electronic health record.
    An Atlas of Human Prostate Across Ancestries
    Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (Advised fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation) P0559192Dec 1, 2021 - Nov 30, 2024
    Role: PI of Community Engagement
    Description: Our project aims to develop a comprehensive atlas of the human prostate at single-cell resolution with a community engagement plan to maximize impact for the public, clinical and scientific communities. This project will leverage state-of-the-art techniques to characterize cellular heterogeneity across ancestries and ages in the normal prostate. We will define the transcriptomic, epigenomic, and spatial features of prostate cell types from younger to older men across ancestrally diverse groups. Our study will lead a community engagement approach that will inform a “cells to society” framework to maximize the impact of our finds and educate the community and public on the role that cells play in healthy tissue and disease.
    HERE with Community (Health Equity REsearch with Community health centers)
    PCORI – Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute P0554210 [CA-0184403]Oct 22, 2021 - Apr 21, 2023
    Role: Dual-PI
    Description: Catalyzing Systematic Stakeholder Engagement between Academic and Community Health Centers for COVID-19 PCOR and CER. Our project will create effective, efficient, and sustainable infrastructure and systematic processes that builds capacity to operationalize stakeholder engagement for health equity focused patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) and comparative effectiveness research (CER) addressing COVID-19 topics between academic and community health centers.
    Accelerating Systematic Stakeholder, Patient, and Institution Research Engagement (ASPIRE)
    PCORI – Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute 10566-UCSFOct 2, 2018 - May 14, 2021
    Role: Program Development and Evaluation
    Description: ASPIRE aims to create academic institutional infrastructures that support and promote patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) with maximal efficiency and impact. We seek to understand the stakeholder needs for PCOR investigators and build capacity for systematic stakeholder engagement by linking to infrastructures created by CTSIs and other infrastructures that already exist in academic institutions. This includes a supplement (05/15/2020–05/14/2021) focused on a sub-committee of the ASPIRE Board to review and provide feedback on research directly related to COVID-19 at UCSF.
    Constructing a Relational Bridge to Achieve High-Quality Prostate Cancer Care for African Americans
    NIH K01CA211965Sep 1, 2017 - Aug 31, 2022
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Description: This study aims to mitigate the perfect storm of complex treatment options and constraints in communication by constructing a relational bridge between low-income African American men and equal prostate cancer care, using peer navigation to foster trust and empowerment and optimize communication and quality of care.

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    1. PD19-05 SMARTER SCREENING AND TREATMENT (S3T): MITIGATING HARM VIA AGE- & BASELINE-PROSTATE SPECIFIC ANTIGEN-STRATIFIED SCREENING. Journal of Urology. 2024 May 1; 211(5S):e441. Nie NJ, Palmer PN, Pasick PR, Byron BM, de la Calle dC, Washington WS, Kivlahan KC, Potter PM, Cooperberg CM. .
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    2. Engaging communities to inform the development of a diverse cohort of cancer survivors: formative research for the eat move sleep study (EMOVES). Res Involv Engagem. 2023 Dec 11; 9(1):117. Andemeskel G, Palmer NR, Pasick R, Van Blarigan EL, Kenfield SA, Graff RE, Shaw M, Yu W, Sanchez M, Hernandez R, Washington SL, Shariff-Marco S, Rhoads KF, Chan JM. PMID: 38082391; PMCID: PMC10712178.
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    3. Building a Client Resource and Communication Platform for Community-Based Organizations: Co-Design to Address Health and Social Needs (Preprint). JMIR Human Factors. 2023 Nov 7. Lyles LC, Berrean BB, Buenaventura BA, Milter MS, Hernandez HD, Sarkar SU, Gutierrez GC, Palmer PN, Brown BW. .
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    4. Ten-year work burden after prostate cancer treatment. Cancer Med. 2023 Sep; 12(18):19234-19244. Washington SL, Lonergan PE, Cowan JE, Zhao S, Broering JM, Palmer NR, Hicks C, Cooperberg MR, Carroll PR. PMID: 37724617; PMCID: PMC10557888.
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    5. The Impact of Patient-Physician Racial and Gender Concordance on Patient Satisfaction with Outpatient Clinic Visits. J Racial Ethn Health Disparities. 2023 Jun 21. Shaw NM, Hills N, Holler J, Fernandez A, Davis D, Palmer NR, Sliwka D, Breyer BN. PMID: 37341950.
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    6. Best Current Practice and Research Priorities in Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer-A Report of a Movember International Consensus Meeting. Eur Urol Oncol. 2023 04; 6(2):160-182. Moore CM, King LE, Withington J, Amin MB, Andrews M, Briers E, Chen RC, Chinegwundoh FI, Cooperberg MR, Crowe J, Finelli A, Fitch MI, Frydenberg M, Giganti F, Haider MA, Freeman J, Gallo J, Gibbs S, Henry A, James N, Kinsella N, Lam TBL, Lichty M, Loeb S, Mahal BA, Mastris K, Mitra AV, Merriel SWD, van der Kwast T, Van Hemelrijck M, Palmer NR, Paterson CC, Roobol MJ, Segal P, Schraidt JA, Short CE, Siddiqui MM, Tempany CMC, Villers A, Wolinsky H, MacLennan S. PMID: 36710133.
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    7. Opportunities and challenges in discussing racism during primary care visits. Health Serv Res. 2023 04; 58(2):282-290. Borowsky HM, Willis A, Bullock JL, Fuentes-Afflick E, Palmer NRA. PMID: 36524295; PMCID: PMC10012223.
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    8. Navigation programs relevant for African American men with prostate cancer: a scoping review protocol. Syst Rev. 2022 06 14; 11(1):122. Palmer NR, Smith AN, Campbell BA, Andemeskel G, Tahir P, Felder TM, Cicerelli B. PMID: 35701771; PMCID: PMC9195379.
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    9. Addressing the challenges of conducting community-engaged research during COVID-19: Rapid development and evaluation of a COVID-19 Research Patient and Community Advisory Board (PCAB). J Clin Transl Sci. 2022; 6(1):e88. Harrison JD, Palmer NRA, Cabrera A, Fleisher P, Wong E, LeSarre M, Grumbach K, Banta J, Tealer L, Reynolds A, Wassmann A, Rose T, Nguyen T. PMID: 35989858; PMCID: PMC9379936.
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    10. MP28-10 10-YEAR OUTCOMES IN WORK LOSS, PHYSICAL FUNCTION, AND MENTAL HEALTH OF 6,693 MEN UNDERGOING PRIMARY TREATMENT FOR PROSTATE CANCER. Investigative Urology. 2022 May 1; 207(Supplement 5):e464. Washington WS, Lonergan LP, Cowan CJ, Zhao ZS, Greenberg GS, Broering BJ, Palmer PN, Parker PR, Bell BA, Cooperberg CM, Carroll CP. .
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    11. Mobile Clinical Trial Matching Technology in Medical Oncology Clinic: A Pilot Feasibility Study. JCO Clin Cancer Inform. 2022 05; 6:e2100182. Borno HT, Zhang L, Zhang S, Kaplan C, Palmer NR, Bell A, Bakke B, Lin A, Aggarwal R, Small EJ. PMID: 35584338; PMCID: PMC9173564.
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    12. From Cancer Epidemiology to Policy and Practice: the Role of a Comprehensive Cancer Center. Curr Epidemiol Rep. 2022; 9(1):10-21. Hiatt RA, Sibley A, Venkatesh B, Cheng J, Dixit N, Fox R, Ling P, Nguyen T, Oh D, Palmer NR, Pasick RJ, Potter MB, Somsouk M, Vargas RA, Vijayaraghavan M, Ashworth A. PMID: 35342686; PMCID: PMC8935108.
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    13. Evaluating the impact of financial toxicity among cancer clinical trial participants. International Journal of Cancer Care and Delivery. 2022 Jan 3. Borno BH, Zhang ZS, Lin LT, Zhang ZL, Palmer PN, Nguyen NC, Kaplan KC, Ryan RC. .
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    14. Access and Representation: A Narrative Review of the Disparities in Access to Clinical Trials and Precision Oncology in Black men with Prostate Cancer. Urology. 2022 05; 163:90-98. Esdaille AR, Ibilibor C, Holmes A, Palmer NR, Murphy AB. PMID: 34582887.
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    15. MP19-14 LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF THE INDIRECT BURDEN OF PROSTATE CANCER TREATMENT ON PAID AND UNPAID WORK: DATA FROM CAPSURE. Investigative Urology. 2021 Sep 1; 206(Supplement 3). Washington WS, Lonergan LP, Cowan CJ, Zhao ZS, Greenberg GS, Broering BJ, Palmer PN, Parker PR, Bell BA, Cooperberg CM, Carroll CP. .
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    16. A Cross-Sectional Analysis of Barriers Associated With Non-Attendance at a Urology Telehealth Clinic in a Safety-Net Hospital. Urology. 2022 04; 162:57-62. Bell A, Lonergan PE, Escobar D, Fakunle M, Chu CE, Berdy S, Palmer NR, Breyer BN, Washington SL. PMID: 34461145.
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    17. Abstract 686: Longitudinal analysis of the indirect burden of prostate cancer management on paid and unpaid work: Data from CaPSURE database. Cancer Research. 2021 Jul 1; 81(13_Supplement):686-686. Washington WS, Lonergan LP, Cowan CJ, Zhao ZS, Greenberg GS, Broering BJ, Palmer PN, Cooperberg CM, Carroll CP. .
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    18. Prostate cancer patients' self-reported participation in research: an examination of racial/ethnic disparities. Cancer Causes Control. 2021 Oct; 32(10):1161-1172. Palmer NR, Borno HT, Gregorich SE, Livaudais-Toman J, Kaplan CP. PMID: 34189651; PMCID: PMC8416807.
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    19. Redefining Attribution From Patient to Health System-How the Notion of "Mistrust" Places Blame on Black Patients. JAMA Oncol. 2021 05 01; 7(5):780. Borno HT, Andemeskel G, Palmer NR. PMID: 33662096.
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    20. Post-Diagnostic Dietary and Lifestyle Factors and Prostate Cancer Recurrence, Progression, and Mortality. Curr Oncol Rep. 2021 03 10; 23(3):37. Langlais CS, Graff RE, Van Blarigan EL, Palmer NR, Washington SL, Chan JM, Kenfield SA. PMID: 33689041; PMCID: PMC7946660.
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    21. Earning the Trust of African American Communities to Increase Representation in Dementia Research. Innovation in Aging. 2020 Dec 16; 4(Suppl 1):878-878. Portacolone PE, Palmer PN, Lichtenberg LP, Waters WC, Hill HC, Keiser KS, Johnson JJ. .
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    22. Earning the Trust of African American Communities to Increase Representation in Dementia Research. Ethn Dis. 2020; 30(Suppl 2):719-734. Portacolone E, Palmer NR, Lichtenberg P, Waters CM, Hill CV, Keiser S, Vest L, Maloof M, Tran T, Martinez P, Guerrero J, Johnson JK. PMID: 33250619; PMCID: PMC7683027.
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    23. "Can you hear me now?": postoperative patient-initiated communication with providers. Am J Manag Care. 2020 10 01; 26(10):e333-e341. Balakrishnan AS, Palmer NR, Odisho AY. PMID: 33094946.
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    24. Cancer health disparities in racial/ethnic minorities in the United States. Br J Cancer. 2021 01; 124(2):315-332. Zavala VA, Bracci PM, Carethers JM, Carvajal-Carmona L, Coggins NB, Cruz-Correa MR, Davis M, de Smith AJ, Dutil J, Figueiredo JC, Fox R, Graves KD, Gomez SL, Llera A, Neuhausen SL, Newman L, Nguyen T, Palmer JR, Palmer NR, Pérez-Stable EJ, Piawah S, Rodriquez EJ, Sanabria-Salas MC, Schmit SL, Serrano-Gomez SJ, Stern MC, Weitzel J, Yang JJ, Zabaleta J, Ziv E, Fejerman L. PMID: 32901135; PMCID: PMC7852513.
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    25. Ethnographic investigation of patient-provider communication among African American men newly diagnosed with prostate cancer: a study protocol. BMJ Open. 2020 08 05; 10(8):e035032. Palmer NR, Shim JK, Kaplan CP, Schillinger D, Blaschko SD, Breyer BN, Pasick RJ. PMID: 32759241; PMCID: PMC7409964.
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    26. Abstract A047: An ethnographic study of African American men's prostate cancer treatment decision-making. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention. 2020 Jun 1; 29(6_Supplement_1):a047-a047. Palmer PN, Street SR, Schillinger SD, Shim SJ, Blaschko BS, Breyer BB, Pasick PR. .
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    27. Rural cancer survivors' health information needs post-treatment. Patient Educ Couns. 2020 08; 103(8):1606-1614. Palmer NR, Avis NE, Fino NF, Tooze JA, Weaver KE. PMID: 32147307; PMCID: PMC7311274.
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    28. Defining and Measuring Adherence in Observational Studies Assessing Outcomes of Real-world Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer: A Systematic Review. Eur Urol Oncol. 2021 04; 4(2):192-201. Kith G, Lisker S, Sarkar U, Barr-Walker J, Breyer BN, Palmer NR. PMID: 31288992; PMCID: PMC6943197.
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    29. Minority Recruitment Trends in Phase III Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials (2003 to 2014): Progress and Critical Areas for Improvement. J Urol. 2019 02; 201(2):259-267. Balakrishnan AS, Palmer NR, Fergus KB, Gaither TW, Baradaran N, Ndoye M, Breyer BN. PMID: 30218761.
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    30. Differential use of medical versus surgical androgen deprivation therapy for patients with metastatic prostate cancer. Cancer. 2019 02 01; 125(3):453-462. Borno HT, Lichtensztajn DY, Gomez SL, Palmer NR, Ryan CJ. PMID: 30444526; PMCID: PMC6340740.
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    31. A bilingual, Internet-based, targeted advertising campaign for prostate cancer clinical trials: Assessing the feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of a novel recruitment strategy. Contemp Clin Trials Commun. 2018 Dec; 12:60-67. Kaplan CP, Siegel A, Leykin Y, Palmer NR, Borno H, Bielenberg J, Livaudais-Toman J, Ryan C, Small EJ. PMID: 30272035; PMCID: PMC6158958.
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    32. Racial and Ethnic Differences in Prostate Cancer Survivors' Perceived Engagement in Treatment Decision-Making. J Racial Ethn Health Disparities. 2018 12; 5(6):1273-1283. Palmer NR, Gregorich SE, Livaudais-Toman J, Jih J, Kaplan CP. PMID: 29516434; PMCID: PMC6526935.
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    33. The San Francisco Cancer Initiative: A Community Effort To Reduce The Population Burden Of Cancer. Health Aff (Millwood). 2018 01; 37(1):54-61. Hiatt RA, Sibley A, Fejerman L, Glantz S, Nguyen T, Pasick R, Palmer N, Perkins A, Potter MB, Somsouk M, Vargas RA, van 't Veer LJ, Ashworth A. PMID: 29309234.
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    34. Family history of prostate and colorectal cancer and risk of colorectal cancer in the Women's health initiative. BMC Cancer. 2017 12 13; 17(1):848. Beebe-Dimmer JL, Yee C, Paskett E, Schwartz AG, Lane D, Palmer NRA, Bock CH, Nassir R, Simon MS. PMID: 29237415; PMCID: PMC5729427.
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    35. Outcomes of men on active surveillance for low-risk prostate cancer at a safety-net hospital. Urol Oncol. 2017 11; 35(11):663.e9-663.e14. Osterberg EC, Palmer NRA, Harris CR, Murphy GP, Blaschko SD, Chu C, Allen IE, Cooperberg MR, Carroll PR, Breyer BN. PMID: 28826701.
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    36. MP14-02 THE NATURAL HISTORY OF MEN ON ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE WITH LOW-RISK PROSTATE CANCER AT A SAFETY-NET, COUNTY HOSPITAL. The Journal of Urology. 2017 Apr 1; 197(4):e162-e163. Osterberg OE, Palmer PN, Harris HC, Murphy MG, Blaschko BS, Chu CC, Cooperberg CM, Carroll CP, Breyer BB. .
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    37. Abstract A53: Racial and ethnic disparities in prostate cancer survivors' perceived engagement in treatment decision making. Behavioral and Social Science. 2017 Feb 1; a53-a53. Palmer PN, Gregorich GS, Livaudais-Toman LJ, Kaplan KC. .
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    38. Disparities in barriers to follow-up care between African American and White breast cancer survivors. Support Care Cancer. 2015 Nov; 23(11):3201-9. Palmer NR, Weaver KE, Hauser SP, Lawrence JA, Talton J, Case LD, Geiger AM. PMID: 25821145; PMCID: PMC4586316.
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    39. Familial clustering of breast and prostate cancer and risk of postmenopausal breast cancer in the Women's Health Initiative Study. Cancer. 2015 Apr 15; 121(8):1265-72. Beebe-Dimmer JL, Yee C, Cote ML, Petrucelli N, Palmer N, Bock C, Lane D, Agalliu I, Stefanick ML, Simon MS. PMID: 25754547; PMCID: PMC4457314.
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    40. Racial and ethnic disparities in patient-provider communication, quality-of-care ratings, and patient activation among long-term cancer survivors. J Clin Oncol. 2014 Dec 20; 32(36):4087-94. Palmer NR, Kent EE, Forsythe LP, Arora NK, Rowland JH, Aziz NM, Blanch-Hartigan D, Oakley-Girvan I, Hamilton AS, Weaver KE. PMID: 25403220; PMCID: PMC4265119.
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    41. Abstract C35: Racial disparities in barriers to follow-up care among breast cancer survivors. Cancer Treatment and Outcomes. 2014 Nov 1; c35-c35. Palmer PN, Weaver WK, Hauser HS, Talton TJ, Case CL, Lawrence LJ, Dezern DK, Geiger GA. .
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    42. Abstract A62: Post-treatment follow-up care and health-related information needs among rural breast, prostate, and colorectal cancer survivors. Behavioral and Social Science. 2014 Nov 1; a62-a62. Weaver WK, Avis AN, Palmer PN, Fitzgerald FN, Tooze TJ. .
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    43. Impact of rural residence on forgoing healthcare after cancer because of cost. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2013 Oct; 22(10):1668-76. Palmer NR, Geiger AM, Lu L, Case LD, Weaver KE. PMID: 24097196; PMCID: PMC3833446.
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    44. Racial/Ethnic disparities in health care receipt among male cancer survivors. Am J Public Health. 2013 Jul; 103(7):1306-13. Palmer NR, Geiger AM, Felder TM, Lu L, Case LD, Weaver KE. PMID: 23678936; PMCID: PMC3682605.
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    45. Rural-urban differences in health behaviors and implications for health status among US cancer survivors. Cancer Causes Control. 2013 Aug; 24(8):1481-90. Weaver KE, Palmer N, Lu L, Case LD, Geiger AM. PMID: 23677333; PMCID: PMC3730816.
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    46. Transitioning from active treatment: colorectal cancer survivors' health promotion goals. Palliat Support Care. 2013 Apr; 11(2):101-9. Palmer NR, Bartholomew LK, McCurdy SA, Basen-Engquist KM, Naik AD. PMID: 23089464; PMCID: PMC3615141.
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    47. Abstract PR07: Racial-ethnic disparities in patient-provider communication and overall perceptions of follow-up care quality among adult cancer survivors. Behavioral and Social Science. 2012 Oct 1; pr07-pr07. Palmer PN, Arora AN, Kent KE, Forsythe FL, Rowland RJ, Aziz AN, Weaver WK. .
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    48. African American prostate cancer survivors' treatment decision-making and quality of life. Patient Educ Couns. 2013 Jan; 90(1):61-8. Palmer NR, Tooze JA, Turner AR, Xu J, Avis NE. PMID: 22940374; PMCID: PMC3536017.
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    49. Comparative effectiveness of goal setting in diabetes mellitus group clinics: randomized clinical trial. Arch Intern Med. 2011 Mar 14; 171(5):453-9. Naik AD, Palmer N, Petersen NJ, Street RL, Rao R, Suarez-Almazor M, Haidet P. PMID: 21403042; PMCID: PMC3132209.
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    50. What is the evidence for pharmaceutical patient assistance programs? A systematic review. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2011 Feb; 22(1):24-49. Felder TM, Palmer NR, Lal LS, Mullen PD. PMID: 21317504; PMCID: PMC3065996.
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